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If you are having FPS problems inside of structures turn off shadows and it should run fine.

Saved me and my POS computers :)

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if you spend 1500$ on a pc and can't play next year's games you got ripped off

i spend 800$ on mine 5 years ago, and have only upgraded the video card and hard drive and it still runs brand new games

this one is sold out, open box, but you get the idea: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883229283R

the 1500$ pc is a myth perpetrated by the console manufacturers and its dumb ass consumer base

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Speaking of pcs, im going to be starting to travel a bit and need some help on getting a laptop I can play these games on that don't cost an arm and a leg. Any suggestions?

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i'm not so good with laptops. processor speed is giving way to longer battery life.

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whoah didnt know panthers forum would play this lmao.

Dec. 9th, waitint to get in :(

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whoa who woulda thought an internets forum with pc gamers would play pc games?

not this blonde, that's for sure!

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whoa who woulda thought an internets forum with pc gamers would play pc games?

not this blonde, that's for sure!

are u in raleigh? Please say yes so I can beat the poo out of you davidjames.gif

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So now that some people have had a chance to play it....how is it? I'm seriously considering picking this up. I don't want to waste 50-60 bucks tho. Not to mention I'm already playing Rift and I love it (though I am getting a bit bored, since I've done just about everything)....i don't have time for two MMO's.

It's fantastic. You won't waste your money, there's plenty of content to enjoy to get your $50 worth even if you don't end up playing the game long term.

god dammit i need a new PC to play these games, problem is even after $1500 I won't be able to play next year's games...

to me this is the main negative PCs have on consoles, the experience is all in the computer, especially online games. But god this game looks so fuging good...always been a fan of the star wars RPGs and Im not even a fan of star wars

Why in the world would you think you need a $1500 computer to play? Even then, why would you think a $1500 computer wouldn't play next years games? I'm not trying to be a smart ass, I'm genuinely curious why you'd think that.

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